Andreas Schwab <> writes:

> Junio C Hamano <> writes:
>> When we require "x/**/y", I think we still want it to match "x/y".
> FWIW, in bash (+extglob), ksh and zsh it doesn't.

You're right about bash, but I see the opposite for zsh and ksh:

zsh$ echo x/**/y
x/y x/z/y

ksh$ echo x/**/y
x/y x/z/y

(didn't check the doc so see whether this was configurable, but I've set
HOME=/ when launching the shell to disable my own configuration)

Matthieu Moy
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